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    peachymints:

They are my precious treasures

    peachymints:

    They are my precious treasures

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    Posted on: 23rd April 2014 - 27,140 notesReblog

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    fantasiawandering:

    bunjywunjy:

    themagicofwaltdisney:

    Short Hair- Mulan Soundtrack

    image

    finally

    FINALLY

    WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE? DO YOU KNOW HOW DISAPPOINTED I WAS THAT YOU WEREN’T ON THE MOVIE SOUNDTRACK????

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    Posted on: 23rd April 2014 - 146,576 notesReblog

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    mymosae:

the batter ② /rkgk

    mymosae:

    the batter ② /rkgk

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    Posted on: 21st April 2014 - 714 notesReblog

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    wetheurban:

    ART: Sunsets Viewed Through Shattered Mirrors by Bing Wright

    Photographer Bing Wright‘s newest project, Broken Mirror/Evening Sky, is a series of images that capture the reflections of sunsets on shattered mirrors.

    Read More

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    valixnce:

Okay, since roleplaying in verse has become popular, I decided to make a little post on making your verse as strong as it is pretty to look at.
Before I start—I know a lot of people are doing it to sort of box their writing into a small, artful thing rather than as an attempt to be poetic. This is just a tip or a method of free verse I learned that can make your verse strong and riveting to read without too much rephrasing or effort. 
I’ll keep it as short as possible:
1. Write out what you want to say:  Light filtered through the fluttering curtains. The chirping of birds was mellifluous on such a beautiful day. 
2. Start a new line with every strong word that begins an image, action, or vivd description:                   Light filtered through the                   fluttering curtains. The                   chirping of birds was                   mellifluous on such a                   beautiful day. 
3. Remove unnecessary words for poetic touch + flair it up:                  Light filtered through                    fluttering curtains.                   Chirping birds were                   mellifluous on this                   beautiful day.       Now compare the same sentence to this variation:                  Light filtered through                   the fluttering curtains.                   The chirping of birds                   was mellifluous on                   such a beautiful day. 
In this instance, I simply hit enter to make the lines look somewhat justified (I could put spaces between some words to spread it out but I won’t). Which would you rather read? I hope you found this helpful or inspiring. Happy Writing! 

    valixnce:

    Okay, since roleplaying in verse has become popular, I decided to make a little post on making your verse as strong as it is pretty to look at.

    Before I start—I know a lot of people are doing it to sort of box their writing into a small, artful thing rather than as an attempt to be poetic. This is just a tip or a method of free verse I learned that can make your verse strong and riveting to read without too much rephrasing or effort. 

    I’ll keep it as short as possible:

    1. Write out what you want to say:  Light filtered through the fluttering curtains. The chirping of birds was mellifluous on such a beautiful day. 

    2. Start a new line with every strong word that begins an image, action, or vivd description: 
                      Light filtered through the 
                      fluttering curtains. The 
                      chirping of birds was 
                      mellifluous on such a 
                      beautiful day. 

    3. Remove unnecessary words for poetic touch + flair it up:
                      Light filtered through  
                      fluttering curtains. 
                      Chirping birds were 
                      mellifluous on this 
                      beautiful day. 

          Now compare the same sentence to this variation:
                      Light filtered through 
                      the fluttering curtains. 
                      The chirping of birds 
                      was mellifluous on 
                      such a beautiful day. 

    In this instance, I simply hit enter to make the lines look somewhat justified (I could put spaces between some words to spread it out but I won’t). Which would you rather read?

    I hope you found this helpful or inspiring.

    Happy Writing! 

    Posted on: 16th April 2014 - 32 notesReblog

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    artbeautypaintings:

unknown - Roman Garassuta

    artbeautypaintings:

    unknown - Roman Garassuta

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    Posted on: 15th April 2014 - 73 notesReblog

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    disstreet:

fresh blood.
cutting by Atih Grada Hada.

    disstreet:

    fresh blood.

    cutting by Atih Grada Hada.

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    Posted on: 14th April 2014 - 28,251 notesReblog

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    sassingintothevoid:

    Coffee porn.     (Cinemagraphs and gifs from this cool article.)

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    Posted on: 13th April 2014 - 58,128 notesReblog

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    tyleroakley:

    ketchuppee:

    Emma acted out the scene first, and then Helena Bonham Carter mimicked what she did. so it was Helena Bonham Carter pretending to be Emma Watson pretending to be Helena Bonham Carter pretending to be Bellatrix pretending to be Hermione pretending to be Bellatrix.

    MY BRAIN CAN’T KEEP UP

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    Posted on: 12th April 2014 - 444,321 notesReblog

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    kishiria:

    curi0userandcuri0user:

    yourtrashgold:

    beingspooktastic:

    my favourite thing about history is how everyone tries to invade russia but are somehow caught off guard by the russian winter 

    in soviet russia country fight for you

    My brother and I have and interesting theory that if Canadians tried to invade Russia they would actually survive, but once they reached the capitol they would just make friends and play some hockey

    I agree with this assessment.

    (Source: naweenie, via iheartcardioids)

    Posted on: 12th April 2014 - 263,178 notesReblog

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    polarisopposites:

    radioactivemongoose:

    so many people who are attempting to be counter-culture and progressive and liberal don’t like fight club because they think it’s an oversexed white male dominance fantasy and that’s exactly right. that’s what fight club is cutting at and making fun of

    that boxy chested dudebro with the tyler durden poster in his dorm is the one the joke is on. it’s written by a queer man as a jab at over-privileged anxious 90’s white men with sexual frustration that they can only channel and expel by beating the shit out of each other

    and actual stuff is happening around them, their actions have consequences, there is art and science and cancer going on around them and they wanna blow junk up and the narrator realizes this in the end and destroys that side of his personality because it went too far

    that’s the punchline that’s the point of fight club y’all

    bless this post

    Posted on: 11th April 2014 - 2,905 notesReblog

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